Google Chrome Task Manager on Windows
How to access Google Chrome Task Manager on Windows?
Google Chrome Task Manager is built-in tool in Google Chrome that allows you to manage system tasks (also called processes) initiated by Google Chrome.
You can follow this tutorial to access Google Chrome Task Manager on a Windows system.
1. Run Google Chrome on Windows and visit http://faq.fyicenter.com.
2. Click the menu icon at the top right corner. You see a command menu.
3. Click "More tools" in the menu. You see a second command menu.
4. Click "Task manager" in the second menu. You see the Task Manager.
You can also access the Task Manager using the hot key: Shift+Esc.
The picture below shows you how to access Google Chrome Task Manager on a Windows system:
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